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Saturday, November 22, 2014
Issue: Maneater v. 79, Issue 24
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Finally at the end, Missouri gets its moment

Column: Finally at the end, Missouri gets its moment

Gary Pinkel insists against 'magic.' How else to describe Missouri's stunner over Tennessee?

Missouri rings in new season with 83-69 win over Southern Illinois

Missouri rings in new season with 83-69 win over Southern Illinois

Laurence Bowers, coming off a season-ending ACL tear last year, led the Tigers with 20 points.

Tigers out-duel Volunteers in Rocky Top thriller

Tigers out-duel Volunteers in Rocky Top thriller

After four overtimes, quarterback James Franklin led his team with four touchdown passes in the 51-48 win.

After candidates state their case, IFC elects 2013 executive board

Jackson Hobbs of Sigma Chi was elected the new IFC president.

Denver shares Navy SEAL experience with audience

Denver shares Navy SEAL experience with audience

The Navy SEAL and actor in "Act of Valor" spoke Wednesday night as part of Veteran's Week.

Droege, Beattie win MSA election

Droege, Beattie win MSA election

The slate won with 84 percent of votes.

Faculty Council debates non-tenure track faculty designation

Faculty Council debates non-tenure track faculty designation

The proposal involved the definition of faculty and the voting rights of non-tenure track staff.

MSO hosts Scarves for Solidarity

Muslim women reflected on their experiences wearing a headscarf.

MU professor's study indicates virtual worlds can increase diversity tolerance

MU professor's study indicates virtual worlds can increase diversity tolerance

Elizabeth Behm-Morawitz, an assistant professor in the Department of Communication, conducted the study in the online community Second Life.

Reynolds Journalism Institute guaranteed funding through large gift

Reynolds Journalism Institute guaranteed funding through large gift

The Donald W. Reynolds Institute donated more than $30 million to ensure RJI’s future.

Scriven speaks as part of Black Culture Awareness Week

Dr. Darryl Scriven, co-founder of the African American Family Enrichment Institute, spoke about confidence and motivation.

Students watch elections in Hatch Hall

Students watch elections in Hatch Hall

Hatch Hall residents survived an intense night of elections with cookie dough and discussion.

Teen Mom' Catelynn and Tyler make appearance at MU

Teen Mom' Catelynn and Tyler make appearance at MU

The couple used the time to talk about their experience with adoption.

Column: Egypt’s constitution: A religious battleground

All it took were three words made up of 11 letters, and a promise was created for a brighter future. “We the people” is a phrase familiar to everyone in the U.S. and the world. The Preamble to the Constitution marks the beginning of a vital document to our ...

Editorial: Prop B shouldn't be down for the count

Proposition B, which would have raised Missouri’s cigarette tax to 90 cents from 17, failed Tuesday night. But it wasn’t by much — 49.2 percent of voters supported the tax increase. If anything, the results should encourage lawmakers to keep pushing for a higher cigarette tax and more ...

Column: The social media election

When I walked out of the Hampton Inn on Tuesday, I felt a small sense of empowerment. I had just voted in my first presidential election. As I clutched my long-sought-after “I voted” sticker, I thought about how great it was that I got to go to the polling place ...

Editorial: Youth vote continues to climb

According to the CIRCLE Analysis of National Exit Polls, the youth vote went up from 18 percent of the total electorate in 2008 to 19 percent in Tuesday's election — something few polls predicted. That high turnout can take some credit for the unprecedented legalization of recreational marijuana in Colorado ...

Columbia Police Department searching for suspect in east Columbia shooting

Police have identified Rashard L. Bigham, 20, as the suspect.

Four crime scenes under investigation in northeast Columbia

The Columbia Police Department suspects the shootings were gang-related.

The proposed tax hike failed by less than 43,000 votes statewide.

The proposed tax hike failed by less than 43,000 votes statewide.

Med school projects to continue without Prop B funding

Depth at the forefront of Missouri’s tipoff

The team will start the season against Southern Illinois on Saturday without Mike Dixon.

Missouri stymied by Florida

The Gators neutralized Whitney Little to -.222 hitting.

Column: On to the next poll

I’m no Nate Silver, but I’m calling for Alabama-Oregon.

Ranked foes await Tiger wrestlers at season’s start

Wrestlers say they're eager to compete away from practice.

Team lends voice, support to silenced Franklin

Team lends voice, support to silenced Franklin

Missouri quarterback James Franklin won’t make excuses for his recent play, but his team has plenty to say for him.

Tigers sink Billikens in season-opener

Bri Kulas commanded the Tigers' 3-point shooting barrage in the 67-51 win.

Without Blitz, Tigers set to host Illinois

Without Blitz, Tigers set to host Illinois

With its coach suspended, Missouri faces a familiar opponent Saturday.

Young Tigers show glimpses with season tipping off

Young Tigers show glimpses with season tipping off

The Tigers will face Saint Louis Friday night.

Column: Style Files: Sweater weather is better

Fashion columnist Claire Boston on making the most of the end of autumn

Standup comedian Greg Morton makes his way to Columbia

Standup comedian Greg Morton makes his way to Columbia

Morton answers all of MOVE’s questions before he makes a stop at Deja Vu Nov. 8 - 10.

Column: Reel Reviews: ‘Flight’ soars...and then kind of gets old

Movie columnist Josh Sipp on the not really high-flying new movie

Column: Feedback: Keep calm and listen to Mac DeMarco

Music columnist Jackson Farley on Mac DeMarco's '2'

Police Blotter

One arrested after 'smiley face' graffiti found downtown Several locations downtown were victim to a tagger. The incidents continued until a Columbia woman filed a report after finding her car tagged with a spray-painted smiley face outside The Blue Fugue behind 120 S. 9th Street. Eric Croft, 32, was suspected ...

Column: Bits and Bytes: Assassinations gone wrong

Video game columnist Brendan Wray on Assassin's Creed 3

Column: Bookeater: Go geek

Literary columnist Jennifer Bennett on embracing geekdom

Column: One Step at a Time: Fit for finals

Fitness columnist Abbie Wenthe on avoiding the end-of-the-semester slump

'THIRST' to premiere at Missouri Theatre

The Missouri Contemporary Ballet’s upcoming show boasts innovative contemporary choreography.

Warehouse Theatre presents 'Causa Mortis'

Warehouse Theatre presents 'Causa Mortis'

Jacob M. Appel’s dark comedy puts the "play" in playful.

The Evolution of 'Twilight'

Here's the quick refresher course you need before “Breaking Dawn – Part 2.”

Daymoths play The Bridge next Thursday

Daymoths play The Bridge next Thursday

MOVE spoke with Emily Dantuma of the indie-pop duo, which will play Nov. 22 at The Bridge.

LIGHTS continues to shine bright

LIGHTS continues to shine bright

Valerie Anne Poxleitner will perform Friday at The Blue Note in support of her new album, Siberia.

Q&A with Sean Gadd of Grouplove

Q&A with Sean Gadd of Grouplove

The bubbly quintet visits Columbia this Sunday.

'Skyfall' director talks new Bond film

'Skyfall' director talks new Bond film

The film marks the 50th anniversary of the franchise.

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Senior receiver T.J. Moe celebrates after Missouri's 51-48 victory over Tennessee in Knoxville on Saturday. The Tigers got their first Southeastern Conference road win after four overtimes.

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Senior forward Alex Oriakhi snags a defensive rebound against SIU-Edwardsville Saturday at Mizzou Arena. The Connecticut transfer pulled down 15 total rebounds in the game.

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Junior guard Phil Pressey looks for an open teammate against SIU-Edwardsville Saturday at Mizzou Arena. Pressey's 19 points was good for second on the team.

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Junior guard Phil Pressey and freshman guard Negus Webster-Chan help up teammate junior guard Tony Criswell Saturday at Mizzou Arena. The three combined for 34 of the Tigers' 83 points.

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Senior receiver T.J. Moe celebrates at the end of Missouri's 51-48 win over Tennessee on Saturday in Knoxville, Tenn., after four overtimes.

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Junior Nick Droege gives an acceptance speech outside Jesse Hall Wednesday night. Droege was elected to be the next Missouri Students Association president.

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Faculty Council met Thursday afternoon in Memorial Union to discuss a system-wide strategy statement. It would identify how the campus will differentiate itself from peers in the next five years.

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Chancellor Brady Deaton speaks with media members and U-M system dignitaries at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute on Thursday. Chancellor Deaton announced the university received a $30.1 million endowment from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation to fund research in journalism.

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Former Navy Seal Rorke Denver spoke Wednesday at Jesse Auditorium. Denver had a role in the movie "Act of Valor."

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Tyler Baltierra and Catelynn Lowell of the MTV show "Teen Mom" speak Thursday evening in Conservation Auditorium. The event was sponsored by MU's Students For Life Foundation to raise awareness about adoption.

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Professor Elizabeth Behm-Morawitz works on her study of virtual avatars in her office in the Department of Communication. The study focuses on the avatars' effects on people's well-being.

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Students on the sixth floor of Hatch Hall watch the presidential election coverage in their floor lounge Tuesday night. The students debated the major political issues while watching the broadcast.

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Inside Hitt Street Mini Mart, customers continue to buy cigarettes after Proposition B failed to pass on election day. The MU Medical School said it plans to continue its expansion plans despite not receiving additional funding from the tax.

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unior quarterback James Franklin runs downfield during a game earlier this season at Faurot Field. "He's been through hell," coach Gary Pinkel said.

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Sophomore Kyley Simmons sets up a play during a game last season at Mizzou Arena. Simmons is one of only a few players returning for the Tigers, who tip off their season against Saint Louis tonight.

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Coach Bryan Blitz directs his team before a game earlier this season at Walton Stadium. Blitz will miss the team's NCAA Tournament opener Saturday with a suspension due to a red card he was issued last weekend.

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